Re: IMAP support?
The filters don't do this because it's not the job of the filter. It is the job of the smtp/lmtp/procmail etc. Since these are server side filters, the email server is what makes or breaks the security.
> It seems that every spam filter review
> misses a very important detail -- does
> it support IMAP and/or SSL? Every spam
> filter I've tried requires plaintext (as
> in insecure) POP3 support on the server
> -- something I'm not willing to use.
> A spam filter that supports IMAP and can
> file e-mail into different IMAP folders
> would be greatly appreciated.